Gender Language and the DSM - 5 From PsyDactic - Residency - Episode 17 The following is the text version of an episode of PsyDactic - Residency I wrote and produced that outlines changes in how the DSM (Diagnostic and Statistical Manual) has changed in how it speaks about gender. The DSM is American Psychiatry's … Continue reading Gender Language and the DSM 5 TR
They is home sick today.
Thee and thou died as singular second person pronouns. They has arisen as the dual-edged sword of first person pronouns: both singular and plural... which is really the way we have always accidentally used it anyway, just with the wrong verb conjugation.